Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Digital Consultancy
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  • Contact
    • 4th Floor, 2 Old Street Yard, London, London, EC1Y 8AF

About Red Badger Consulting

Red Badger are a digital consultancy helping blue-chip clients with digital transformation. They work with them to design customer-centric solutions, be bold with technology, drive out waste through lean and agile processes, and help build lasting change by developing internal capability.

Red Badger were founded in 2010 by Chief Executive Officer Cain Ullah along with Stu and Dave. They had a shared ambition to create a business that turned the traditional consulting model on its head: no sales team, no RFP processes, just great people doing great work that focused on quality, value and collaboration.

They left their jobs to turn the dream into reality and set up Red Badger in Cain’s bedroom. Today, they’re based in London with over 100 staff.

Their mantelpiece is groaning with recent awards, including the Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies and being a Leap 100 BIMA Finalist - Entrepreneurial Business and Technology Impact (for work for Fortnum and Mason).

What is it like to work for Red Badger Consulting

Personal Growth
Personal Growth
All employees get a £2,000 annual training budget to use towards work-related training or seminars. This is a flexible budget and the firm can, at their discretion, offer a higher amount for specific training courses.
My Team
My Team
Each team has a regular away day, with focus on both training and socialising, with a budget to spend on these events. This might be a Jamie Oliver Cookery Course or a company weekend in Croatia open to all staff and their plus ones.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
The firm backs causes such as the Pinpoint Pathways Mentoring Scheme and GAYE. They donate old laptops to Code Your Future, volunteer at coding schools and invited a voluntary refugee coding school to speak at their monthly company meeting. They promoted World Refugee Day.

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Company Statistics

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  • Male : Female:

    63% / 37%

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